Before the start of mega cricket Event ICC CWC 2019, 10 warm-up matches will be played officially in ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 in England and Wales. ICC has official announced the ICC CWC 2019 Warm-up matches schedule. These ICC CWC 2019 Warm-up matches/fixtures will be played between 24-28 May 2019.  #ICC #CWC #Cricket #CWC19 #CWC2019 #Pakistan official ICC CWC 2019 Schedule has been published on

ICC CWC 2019 Warm-up matches Schedule

Every team participating in ICC CWC 2019 will play two ICC cWC 2019 warm-up matches. The tournament will start on 30 May. ICC CWC 2019 warm-up matches will be started from 24th May. All these matches will be played at Bristol County Ground, Cardiff Wales Stadium, Hampshire Bowl, The Oval

Steve Elworthy stated in his statement on that these games would provide another opportunity for fans to see world-class players at their local venue.

Tickets details to be announced in April via

All 10 teams of ICC cricket world cup 2019 will play two official warm-up fixtures. Total venues across England and Wales has been selected for ICC WC 2019 warm-up matches. Ticketing and broadcast information will be released in April.

There are a number of high-profile clashes, including England v Australia, Pakistan v Afghanistan and Bangladesh v India.

These Warm-up matches will not be considered International ODIs and will be 50 over per side, but will not carry official ODI status, as teams can field all members of their 15-man squad during the match. A team can engage all 15 players. It means all batsmen can bat and all bowlers can bowl in one match.

Friday 24 MayPakistan v AfghanistanBristol County Ground
Friday 24 MaySri Lanka v South AfricaCardiff Wales Stadium
Saturday 25 MayEngland v AustraliaHampshire Bowl
Saturday 25 MayIndia v New ZealandThe Oval
Sunday 26 MaySouth Africa v WindiesBristol County Ground
Sunday 26 MayPakistan v BangladeshCardiff Wales Stadium
Monday 27 MayAustralia v Sri LankaHampshire Bowl
Monday 27 MayEngland v AfghanistanThe Oval
Tuesday 28 MayWindies v New ZealandBristol County Ground
Tuesday 28 MayBangladesh v IndiaCardiff Wales Stadium

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